Once a couple has been labeled as “artsy,” they are pretty much doomed to a future of receiving watercolors and paper for every holiday and birthday for the rest of their coupledom. They’re building a life together, NOT an elementary school art room. Check out the items below for wedding gift ideas that are creative and unique—just like your favorite couple.
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Anything done by candlelight just gives off the vibe of creativity, so what better way to showcase artistic cred than with a candle chandelier? Tell your “artsy” couple to get ready for compliments at their next salon.
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Creativity is pretty much non-existent without caffeine. Make sure your favorite couple keeps their newlywed buzz going with a coffee subscription from Stumptown Coffee Roasters. Each month, they’ll receive a different blend of Stumptown’s finest.
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Showers--not just for sex anymore! Make sure the “artsy” couple never forgets a great idea with these waterproof notepads!
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Making art is such a solitary task. Why not encourage your creative friends to take some time out to paint each other? Chocolate body paint is a delicious way to get the (creative) juices flowing.
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Make sure your artsy couple dresses the part in these exquisite linen artist’s smocks. They’re almost too lovely to ruin with paint splotches.
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This canvas painting of a chair is ACTUALLY a chair—that you can really sit on! Buy a pair for your friends’ studio and confuse every art dealer that comes in for a visit. (There’s nothing better than confusing an art dealer.)
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This collection is perfect for the artsy couple that couldn’t decide on a china pattern. The paint drip collection is exclusive to London’s Tate Modern Museum, so it’s super unique. Maybe the paint drip pattern will inspire them to create their own pattern!
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Ever feel like a painting is watching your every move? With this poster, that fear becomes a reality. Art lovers will have a blast scaring their friends with this Peep Painting Poster. (It’s probably the closest to a practical joke they’ll ever get!)
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Let your friends turn their sketches into real objects with this 3-D printer. The future is surprisingly affordable!
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This easel turns any trashy reality show into a work of art. It also subconsciously reminds your friends that they really ought to be painting something—they can spoon on the couch after they get that joint show at the Met.
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An original Warhol? ‘Nuff said. This 1981 Mickey Mouse is cool, lovable, and above all authentic. It was one of the last paintings Warhol did before the famous Campbell’s Soup series, which makes for a great conversation starter for those annoying interviewers from ARTNews.